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Exhibition Events

MK Calling Portfolio Review Sessions

MK Calling 2015

MK Calling 2015

MK Calling 2015

MK Calling Portfolio Review Sessions

Saturday 29 April / Timed sessions between 12 - 2pm
Free but pre-booking essential*


Take part in these one-to-one sessions with our selection of arts professionals - Joanne Masding (artist and Eastside Projects ESP programmer) and Angelica Sule (Assistant Curator, Nottingham Contemporary). This event is open to all artists or students who would benefit from one-on-one feedback and advice.

There will be five, twenty minute time slots available to book per reviewer.


Timings as follows:

  • 12 - 12.20pm
  • 12.25 - 12.45pm
  • 12.50 - 1.10pm
  • 1.15 - 1.40pm
  • 1.45 - 2.05pm

    To book please email: You will need to complete a short form about your work at the booking stage.

    NB. Reviewers will be allocated on a first come first served basis and specific reviewers cannot be guaranteed.



    Joanne Masding is an artist based in Birmingham, UK. Working primarily in sculpture and video, Masding makes work to investigate the worth, ownership and production of physical stuff, and how this translates to a world that is growing increasingly digital, immaterial and reproducible. Recent exhibitions include: Like the green fig tree, Workplace Gateshead, 2017; image music text, IMT Gallery, London, 2016; stuffs wander off, a shape steps in, Two Queens, Leicester, 2016 (solo); After, Division of Labour, London, 2016; Birmingham Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, 2015. Masding has been artist in residence at 501 Artspace, Chongqing, China, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin, Ireland and is currently in residence with Research and Cultural Collections at University of Birmingham. In 2015 she developed a residency with Berlin-based artist Katharina Ludwig, in collaboration with Grand Union, Birmingham and is recipient of the 2016-17 John Feeney Charitable Trust Fellowship. Masding launches solo exhibition Plaster Ghost Finger Cast at The New Art Gallery Walsall in May 2017.



    Angelica Sule is a curator and writer based in Nottingham, currently working as Assistant Curator at Nottingham Contemporary. In 2015, she took part in the Young Curators Residency Programme based at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin, Italy. She graduated from the Royal College of Art, London in 2014 having previously worked at the University of the Arts London and Gallery Primo Alonso. Recent projects include: FOXP2 by Marguerite Humeau, Nottingham Contemporary; The man who sat on himself, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy; Nail’d It, a curated, nomadic nail salon which works within the conventional exchanges of a nail salon providing artist-designed nails applied by the curators. (INIVA, London, SYSON Gallery in Collaboration with Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham and Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 2014); «ECHO» Radio an online radio station exploring the spatial qualities of sound, live acts of communication and ideas of broadcast, working with artists, artworks and interesting people. (The Function Room, London, 2014); … all silent but for the broadcast … (RCA, London, 2014); …all silent but for the buzzing… (RCA, London, 2014); Bodies Without Organs: Film Programme (Hackney Picturehouse, London, 2013); A Limited Engagement: Performance Series (UAL, London, 2012; A Thousand Years: Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil (UAL, London, 2014); Worship: Ildikó Buckley (Kenny Schacter/ROVE, London, 2012); Future Map 11 (Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2012) Overthin (Gallery Primo Alonso, London, 2011).


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    Read participant comments from our Photography Portfolio Review session in November 2014.